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1 Collection and Administration
Transfusion Quiz Collection and Administration

2 Informed verbal consent
Q1. Prior to an adult patient with capacity receiving a transfusion what type of consent should be obtained? Informed verbal consent Written consent Consent by next of kin No consent required

3 Q2. The documentation used to collect blood from the blood fridge should contain
Surname, First Name, DOB, Gender and component required First Name, DOB, and Hospital Number First Name, Surname, DOB, Hospital Number and component required First Name, Surname, DOB, Address and ward

4 Q3. What should a patient always be wearing when receiving a blood transfusion?
Pyjamas Hat Slippers Identity Wristband

5 Q4. If a Doctor asks you over the phone to prescribe 2 units of blood what would you do?
Give the blood and get it prescribed when the Doctor comes Prescribe the blood Prescribe the blood and get the Doctor to sign it later on Say No and wait for the Doctor to prescribe

6 Q5. Before collecting blood what should you ensure the patient has?
The patient has a cannula in The patient has had a bed bath The patient has had their breakfast The patient has patent IV access

7 Q6. Who can collect blood from the blood fridge?
Any member of staff The Patient’s relative A member of staff who had had training and been found competent A member of staff who has had training

8 Q7. After removal from the blood fridge a transfusion should begin within?
1 Hour 30 Minutes 4 Hours 2 Hours

9 Q8. Which blood group can be used in an emergency?
O Negative A Negative B Positive AB Negative

10 Q9. Who is allowed to prescribe blood?
Medical Staff, Registered Nurses and Midwifes Medical Staff Only Any Registered Member of Staff Consultants Only

11 Q10. What is the maximum time for a blood transfusion to be completed?
3 Hours from removal from fridge 2 Hours from removal from fridge 6 Hours from removal from fridge 4 Hours from removal from fridge

12 Q11. Blood Warmers may be required in what situation?
For all patients receiving a transfusion For patients who are transfused overnight For rapid/large volume transfusions For day case patients only

13 Q12. The expiry date on a unit of blood means
The unit is safe for the day after the date That the units must be given by midday that day The unit must be completed by midnight of that date The unit must start by midnight of that date

14 Q13. During checking the blood you notice the patients DOB on the label attached to the unit of blood does not match with the patients verbal response or their wristband, what do you do? Transfuse the unit and inform the blood bank later Transfuse the unit as all other ID matches Do not transfuse and contact the blood bank for advice immediately Do not transfuse and discard the unit in clinical waste

15 Q14. Where should the final checking procedure take place?
Clinical room Patients bedside Nurses Station At the notes trolley

16 Pulse and Temperature only BP, Pulse and Temperature
Q15. What observations need to be recorded on a patient receiving a transfusion? BP and pulse only Temperature only Pulse and Temperature only BP, Pulse and Temperature

17 Q16. If a minor transfusion reaction is suspected what should you do?
Stop the transfusion and inform medical staff Leave the transfusion running Keep the transfusion running and inform medical staff Stop the transfusion and take down

18 Q17. What drugs can be added to a unit of blood?
Diuretics Anit-histamines Antibiotics None

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